The stunning success of Donald Trump’s earned media strategy proves that social media and content marketing work when brands are willing to take risks.
Joel Benenson is the only pollster to help win three US presidential elections for Democrat candidates, first with Bill Clinton then twice with Barack Obama, and he hopes to win a fourth with Hillary Clinton in 2016. He tells Marketing Week how both brands and politicians can tap into the ‘hidden architecture’ of public opinion.
Donald Trump has succeeded in appealing to voters’ emotions during the US presidential campaign, but marketers should not rush to copy the tycoon’s tactics.
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Having started her career in telecoms working for T-Mobile, Virgin Media and Apple, Anisha Patel is now head of marketing at property firm GPE, and while she may have switched sectors she has stayed true to a commitment to making life easier for customers.
GSK Consumer Healthcare’s CMO Tamara Rogers believes there are “too many” siloes within organisations today, as she works on building collaborative and agile teams.
It started with a tweet and went on to raise over £20m to tackle food poverty.